KERRY MALONEY

Kerry is a qualified Psychologist, specialist Executive Coach and human behaviour expert, focused on delivering outstanding business results. With over 25 years of experience, Kerry specialises in developing and growing the talent capability of senior executives and their teams.

Selected directly from university into Shell’s prestigious Graduate Management Programme, Kerry progressed rapidly into sales and marketing management. Her first major management consulting project was a lead role in the nation- wide restructure and corporate change management of the telecoms industry in Australia. She relocated to the UK and held senior consulting roles focused on the core industries of healthcare, banking, information technology, insurance and logistics.

After building a portfolio of clients in Dubai, initially as an independent consultant, Kerry joined Freshstone Consulting in January 2013 to lead the Human Capital Consulting practice. She has a passion for devising creative approaches to people development, culture change management and leadership solutions which target measurable performance improvement.

Kerry’s key areas of expertise include: talent management, leadership assessment and development, high performance executive coaching, performance management and behavioural change interventions. She is particularly skilled in adapting her approach and methodologies to diverse cultural contexts. Kerry has worked on projects in Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Pacific Islands, West Africa, United Kingdom, India, United Arab Emirates and other Middle Eastern countries including Jordan, Lebanon, Bahrain, Egypt, Oman, Qatar and Iran.

Kerry studied post-graduate Clinical Psychology at Queensland University in Australia including two years of internship training in the UK. She achieved Full Membership status with the Australian Psychological Society (APS) in 1995 and has been registered with the Australian Board of Health Practitioners (APHRA) since 1991. She is a full member of the International Society for Coaching Psychology (ISCP) and the International Coaching Federation (ICF) as well as an active member of both the APS Coaching Network and the Coaching Interest Group.